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Researchers at the pharmaceutical company, Novo Nordisk UK, and Relate, a team of relationship experts, studied 2,037 people and found that 50 percent of the participants reported that stress and other medical issues had negatively affected their sex lives. A loss of libido and discomfort during sex were reported as the two biggest problems.
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The survey also found that women over the age of 55 said were more susceptible to sexual problems due to stress. Many women said they believed they had become less attractive to their partners as they aged. Less than half of the participants said that they didn’t discuss their sex lives with their partners.
GD stress. Always making us lose our hair and develop ulcers and sometimes have strokes. For serious, why does work, family, gambling stress have to take the best free, organic entertainment from us? Isn’t sex supposed to be the world’s greatest stress reliever? This sort of preemptive strike by stress is diabolical. It’s like if a flu epidemic blew up the penicillin, Vitamin C, and chicken noodle soup factories before hitting town. Do you want anything else you son of a bitch? We’re not terribly surprised that women over 55 are reporting sexual problems. A 55+ woman’s sexuality is the Faberge Egg of intercourse issues. It’s rare, delicate, often put on a pedestal and exquisite. Yeah, creepy.